In just two years, the public in Armenia has forgotten the events of 2020. For this reason, the country’s opposition is not planning a rally, Report informs with reference to the Armenian newspaper Hraparak.
“Today marks the second anniversary of the signing of the document of surrender following the 44-day war. Unlike last year, today, the opposition will not hold a rally, but will limit itself to the discussions. On the other hand, the Sasna Tsrer Pan-Armenian Party came up with the initiative to hold a rally-march, about which they have been informing the public for several days. At the rally, Russia will be the target of criticism more than the Armenian authorities,” Hraparak says.
On September 27, 2020, the Second Karabakh war began. The 44-day war ended with the victory of Azerbaijan. On November 9, the presidents of Azerbaijan and Russia, as well as the prime minister of Armenia, signed a document on the suspension of military operations.